Hey there! So I just had me an accident with my hydrabase, and I should count myself lucky that it's still functioning but it seems to have suffered a little bit of structural damage. I used paint to illustrate exactly where here: The crack seems to be on the outside of the glass because no water is leaking but in the piece that I have highlighted the horizontal tubing seems to have slightly detached itself from the main piece of the hydrabase and wobbles slightly when touched. Now as far as I can tell this pillar is only here for structural integrity so I figure a little bit of glue applied to the area will help keep it intact but I know almost nothing on the subject of the types of glue to be used for this. I am assuming the Elmer's glue in my drawer probably won't do the trick. Does anyone have anything that they might recommend as a safe and effective solution to fixing this up?